New leaks suggest that two free PS5 games will be released in the next month

by | Oct 27, 2021 | PGA 2K21

Last month’s PS Plus games weren’t anything special, but they weren’t too faulty either. Hell Let Loose was a day-one release for PS5 owners, and PGA 2K21 and Mortal Kombat X are far from bad options. However, that leaves us looking forward to November 2021 and the next line of PS Plus games in hopes of something spectacular. Here’s the latest …

LEAKS – Finally, a few leaks to talk about …

There’s a hole in the PlayStation ship somewhere, as this is at least the fifth straight month we’ve had leaks about the upcoming batch of PS Plus games prior to the official announcement.

This month’s leaks suggest two PS5 games are on the way – it’s also incomplete with two more PSVR games missing. Take things with a pinch of salt, but we could get that next month …

  • Knockout City (PS5)
  • First class problem (PS5)
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Recalculation (PS4)
  • The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners (PSVR)

When can we play next month’s games?

We know we’re still waiting for the announcement, but when can we actually download and play the November 2021 PS Plus games – whatever they end up being?

The current PS Plus games will be leaving service on November 2nd and the next games will replace them immediately. With that in mind, we should be able to download and play the November 2021 PS Plus games at the following times:

  • 3:00 am Nov 2nd PST
  • 6:00 am November 2nd EST
  • 11:00 November 2nd BST

This month we’re expecting a PS5 title, two PS4 titles and three PSVR games to celebrate the headset’s 5th anniversary.

GAMES STATUS – Does this mean PS Plus will be delayed?

PlayStation announced a new state-of-play presentation for October 27th – the same day that we should receive the announcement of PS Plus. We’ve seen this situation before and it usually means the PS Plus announcement is delayed until the next day.

We don’t know if we’ll get an announcement about the PS Plus games in November 2021 during the State of Play, but we could. In any case, the PS Plus announcement should appear on October 28th at the following times:

  • 8:30 a.m. PST
  • 11:30 a.m. EST
  • 4:30 p.m. CEST

We know the wait isn’t ideal – but something exciting should come out of the State of Play presentation. So … Hopefully it’s worth the wait!

Anniversary PSVR games included

PlayStation has also announced that they will add three additional PSVR games with PS Plus in November 2021 to celebrate five years since the headset was released.

We don’t know what the games will be yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised if they are among the most popular games on the system.

We also know that the games won’t replace any other free games for the month. The three PSVR games will be in addition to a PS5 game and two PS4 games that we normally get.

We expect the PSVR games to be released later in the month along with the monthly PS Plus games.

PS Plus November 2021: Leaks and rumors

For the time being, there were no leaks for the PS Plus offer for free November 2021 games.

That being said, there will almost certainly be a few between now and its reveal, as there are usually every month.

It won’t be officially announced yet, but we’ll likely know the line-up by the time we get to the penultimate week of October.

As soon as some leaks and rumors pop up, we’ll be sure to update you here.


What to expect this month is hard to say. However, we have a few ideas.

A great way to predict the monthly PS Plus games is to look at which games will be released on the same day as the free lineup.

In November 2021, there are no high profile games to be released that day – which is no surprise given that Call of Duty Vanguard is out this week – so it’s hard to predict.

If we were betting on people we would pick Jurassic Park Evolution as one of the free PS4 games, with the sequel later in the month.

Plus, it is probably time that the PS5 launch games were added to the free games. We wouldn’t be surprised if Godfall and Sackboy: A Big Adventure will be included in PS Plus in the next few months, maybe starting in November.

We’ll be going back to these predictions in a couple of weeks to see if we were right or not.